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Covid-19 Information - vaccines, boosters, testing


Community vaccination clinics for all patients supported by mental health services.  The clinics will be providing Pfizer vaccine (1st / 2nd and Booster jab) as a walk-in. The Ealing clinics are weekly. They all operate from Trust sites.







Rapid Flow Test Kits – available free of charge from West Ealing Library

Ealing Council advice

NHS Self-isolation advice

The best way of knowing if you have COVID-19 is to get tested, even if you are not displaying symptoms. The council has worked with local pharmacies and centres so that you can walk-up and get a rapid testing kit.

How to get a test if you are not displaying symptoms | How to get a test if you are not displaying symptoms | Ealing Council



Last updated 31/1/2022


Acton Gardens Community Centre, Unit A Munster Court, London, W3 8UU

Monday, 7 February from 10am – 4pm

Monday, 21 February from 10am – 4pm

CP House, Ealing 97-107 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London W5 5TL

Everyday – 8am – 8pm

Local pharmacies

A number of pharmacies also offer the vaccine, information can be found on the council’s website.

Check out a full list of centres and pharmacies offering the vaccine in Ealing and North West London here.


 Last updated 31/1/2022

Find out where your nearest vaccine centre is:

 Get yours from a local Pharmacy or vaccine centre in Ealing


Everyone aged 16 and over who had a 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 3 months ago can get a booster dose

Some children aged 12 to 15 are eligible for a booster dose if either:

  • they live with someone who has a weakened immune system (such as someone who has HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis)
  • they have a condition that means they’re at high risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19



 Walk-up and get your jab

 Last updated 10/12/2021


Anyone who is yet to have their first, second or booster jab can now walk-up and get theirs if they are over the age of 16.

  • No Id

  • No NHS number

  • No problem.

You can get your second vaccine without the need to book if it has been eight weeks since your first jab.

 Say ‘tak’ to the vaccine

 Last updated 10/12/2021


Ealing’s strength is its diversity and, in order to encourage people from every community to get their vaccine, we have started a series where we interview members of the public on why they have had their vaccine and why they would encourage their loved ones and neighbours to have theirs. Watch this video available in Polish and English from local resident Joanna Duczynska, who is an English teacher and runs walking tours across Ealing and areas of London about why she got the vaccine: